Waterproofing and Foundation Repairs You Can Depend On

Foundation Repair in Edmonton & Northeastern Alberta

A damaged foundation can threaten the structural integrity of your home. Waiting too long to repair it can mean bigger, more expensive problems in the rest of your home or office.

Let the team from Ramco Foundation Repairs revitalize your foundation and prevent future damage.

Experience Ramco’s Wide Range of Repair Services

At Ramco Foundation Repairs, we offer a wide range of services to correct foundation problems and stop them from returning.

Our technicians bring 30 years of experience to every repair we perform, including:

  • Cracks and weeping tile systems pose no problem for our team.
  • Preserving a heritage home or extending your property? No problem. We can install interior and exterior foundation walls that provide structural support.
  • We have a variety of sump pumps and monitoring systems to promote drainage and reduce risk of water damage.
  • If you notice horizontal cracks or sunken walls, don't wait to call our team for foundation repair in Edmonton. If necessary, we can replace the entire foundation with minimal disruption to your home and family.

Once you schedule an appointment, our team arrives to assess the damage. We provide our clients with a free quote after our assessment.

Service Area

We proudly serve Alberta and Saskatchewan

  • Edmonton & surrounding area
  • Cold Lake
  • North Battleford
  • Lloydminster
  • Meadow Lake
  • Provost
  • Lac La Biche
  • Vermilion

Contact Us

Edmonton Location:
6118 Davies Rd., Edmonton, AB T6E 4M9
Phone: 780-640-8501
Fax: 780-640-8502

Cold Lake Location:
Box 1227, Cold Lake, AB T9M 1P3
Phone: 780-594-5250
Fax: 780-594-5297
Toll Free: 1-866-594-5250

Emails:

Hours:
Monday through Friday 8:00AM - 5:00PM

Call to Schedule an Appointment

Call Ramco Foundation Repairs at 780-640-8501. You can also fill out our contact form to receive some basic information about our services. We serve Alberta and Saskatchewan with two locations in Edmonton and Cold Lake, respectively.